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The Legends of Jigong

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The Legends of Jigong
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Poster
Traditional活佛濟公
Simplified活佛济公
MandarinHuó Fó Jì Gōng
GenreChinese mythology fiction
Screenplay byWang Qiji
Yue Tian
Directed byLu Cijin
Lin Lihong
StarringXie Shaoguang
Yao Wenlong
Ann Kok
Theme music composerChen Jiaming
Opening themeWo Shi Shei (我是谁) performed by Xie Shaoguang
Country of originSingapore
Original languageMandarin
No. of episodes30
Production
ProducerLi Ningqiang
Production locationSingapore
EditorLi Junmei
Running time45 minutes per episode
Production companyTCS
Release
Original networkTCS Eighth Frequency
First shown in1996
External links
Website

The Legends of Jigong is a Singaporean television series based on legends about Ji Gong (1130–1207), a Chinese Buddhist monk who is revered as a deity in Chinese folk religion and folk hero in Chinese culture. It was produced by the Television Corporation of Singapore (TCS) and was first aired in Singapore on TCS Eighth Frequency (now MediaCorp Channel 8) in 1996. Xie Shaoguang, who portrayed Ji Gong and sang the theme song for the series, was nominated for the Best Actor award at the 1997 Star Awards.

Plot

Ji Gong is originally the Tiger-Taming Arhat, one of the Eighteen Arhats. His apprentice, Golden Boy, accidentally allows the unruly White Tiger Star under his watch to escape from Heaven into the human world to cause trouble. Through cunning manipulations and machinations, the White Tiger Star causes the death of the patriotic Song dynasty general Yue Fei, absorbs the energy from Yue Fei's guardian star, and becomes more powerful in the process. As punishment for his failure to stop the White Tiger Star, Ji Gong is banished to the human world, where he is reincarnated as Li Xiuyuan. In the human world, he is destined to do good deeds such as fighting injustice and helping the poor, as well as to continue his quest of taming the White Tiger Star. In the meantime, Golden Boy develops a romantic relationship with Yue Yinping, Yue Fei's daughter.

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